Second Grade. I’m visiting New Delhi with my parents and watching a sound & light show at the Red Fort – a documentary about the Indian struggle for independence.
While the show is quite spectacular overall, what leaves an indelible impression on my mind is the deep, resonant, charismatic voice doing the narration. My first experience of voice-over!
Years later in college, I volunteer to read to a visually challenged classmate and a few years later still, when I find myself in Los Angeles, I volunteer to record textbooks at Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic.
And before I know it, I’m behind the mic doing what I love doing the most as a career.
Besides English, I work in two other languages – Hindi and Marathi. I am also a member of WoVo (World Voices Organization).
I've narrated five audiobooks so far -Young Adult, Fiction and Non Fiction genres.
My narration style is covered in the press reviews I've received for them. They're listed on my website - www.vaishalisvocals.com.
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